Fife

A place in Scotland to worth fishing for the abundance of red cod in the summer. Also a great winter venue for east coast cod fishing. Home of the fife open.

Fife

It is a lieutenancy area, and was a county of Scotland until 1975. It was very occasionally known by the anglicisation Fifeshire in old documents and maps compiled by English cartographers and authors. A person from Fife is known as a Fifer. Fife was a local government region divided into three districts: Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and North-East Fife...
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Fife

• (n.) A small shrill pipe, resembling the piccolo flute, used chiefly to accompany the drum in military music. • (v. i.) To play on a fife.
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fife

noun a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo; has a shrill tone and is used chiefly to accompany drums in a marching band
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Fife

[instrument] A fife f is a small, high-pitched, transverse flute, that is similar to the piccolo, but louder and shriller due to its narrower bore. The fife originated in medieval Europe and is often used in military and marching bands. Someone who plays the fife is called a fifer. The word fife comes from the German Pfeife, or pipe, which ...
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Fife

Fife intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fifed ; present participle & verbal noun fifing .] To play on a fife.
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Fife

Fife noun [ French fifre , Old High German pfīfa , Late Latin pipa pipe, pipare to play on the pipe, from Latin pipire , pipare , to peep, pip, chirp, as a chiken. See Pipe .] (Mus.) A small shrill pipe, resembling the piccolo flute, use...
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Fife

A fife is a small shrill pipe of the flute kind, resembling the piccolo flute, used chiefly to accompany the drum in military music. It is pierced with six finger-holes, and usually has one key. Its ordinary compass it is two octaves from D on the fourth line of the treble staff upwards. A combination of fifes and drums is the officially recognized...
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FIFE

acronym: First ISLSCP Field Experiment
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Fife

council area and historic county of eastern Scotland, covering a peninsula bounded on the north by the Firth of Tay, on the east by the North Sea, on ...
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FiFe

Federation Internationale Feline de l'Europe.
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Fife

Fife, council area (1993 est. pop. 351,200), 510 sq mi (1,322 sq km), and former county, E Scotland, between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Tay. The land rises to 1,500 ft (457 m) in the Lomond Hills. Fishing villages of great antiquity dot the eastern coast. One of Scotland's most prosperous a...
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fife

fife, small transverse flute with six to eight finger holes adopted for military music by Swiss regiments serving in France in the late 15th cent. The fife was used in the British army until the end of the 19th cent. The piccolo has largely replaced the fife in modern use.
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Fife

HMS Fife was a British County Class destroyer of 5440 tons displacement, launched in 1964. She had a top speed of 30 knots, a range of 3500 miles at 28 knots and carried a crew of 470 including 36 officers. In 1987 she was sold to the Chilean navy. The USS Fife is an American Spruance Class guided missile destroyer.
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fife

small transverse (side-blown) flute with six finger holes and a narrow cylindrical bore that produces a high pitch and shrill tone. The modern fife, ... [1 related articles]
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fife

Small transverse flute, originally with finger holes, without keys, and of similar range to the piccolo. Of Swiss origin, the fife is a popular military band instrument, played with the side drums and associated with historic parades. The name is now used for a military flute in B flat, with six finger holes and several keys
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Fife

Unitary authority in eastern Scotland, which was formerly a region of three districts (1975–96) and a county until 1974. Area 1,321 sq km/510 sq mi Towns Cupar, Dunfermline, Glenrothes (administrative headquarters), Kirkcaldy, St Andrews Physical coastal area, predominantly low lying, undula...
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fife

[n] - a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo
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